Stories and Features
Fear of math does not add up
“A student does not necessarily have to be naturally good at math in order to become proficient."
Business and education leaders discuss increasing employment in industries
Representatives from business and education recently met to discuss preparing more for careers in the industries of maritime, manufacturing, oil and gas, and health care.
San Jac slime and gak a big hit among Mae Smythe Elementary students
Young students at Mae Smythe Elementary in Pasadena tried their hand at some real-life science experiments alongside San Jacinto College students.
Jones elected to NACTC executive board
Dr. Brenda Jones, San Jacinto College provost, was recently elected to the executive board of the National Alliance of Community and Technical Colleges (NACTC).
Hellyer elected to Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges Board of Trustees
04.03.2014 | By Amanda L. Booren
Dr. Hellyer's term on the SACSCOC Board will run through December 31, 2016.
Foundation to host "Building a Brighter Future" gala
04.03.2014 | By Amanda L. Booren
Mark your calendars for Friday, May 16 at 6:30 p.m.!
San Jacinto College expanding nursing program to meet high demand
Central Campus Associate Degree Nursing to be extended to the North Campus
National Technical Honor Society adds 13 new members
The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) recently inducted 13 new members to the San Jacinto College South Campus chapter.
Students enjoy annual Coyote Day
The San Jacinto College South Campus held its annual Coyote Day, sponsored by the office of student life.
Houston Business Journal names science, allied health building Landmark Award finalist
San Jacinto College's South Campus science and allied health building has been named as one of three 2014 Houston Business Journal Landmark Awards finalists in the medical category.
Men of Honor clothing drive kicks off April 14
The San Jacinto College Men of Honor program is hosting a clothing drive this month with drop-off locations at each campus.
Symposium to offer networking opportunities, insight into international trade
Keynote speaker Josh Jungwirth will discuss various aspects of international business and the state of the logistics industry
Employees recognized for excellence
03.31.2014 | By Rob Vanya
Awards earned based on exemplary attributes
Noted author Nick Flynn to appear at San Jacinto College
Award-winning author teaches creative writing at UH
Cyber security training grant director tapped to present at the 2014 TACE conference
Lydia Chavez-Garcia, director of the IT3 Grant at San Jacinto College, has been selected to present at the 2014 Annual Conference of the Texas Administrators of Continuing Education.
Open House 2014 will showcase San Jacinto College
Activities will include campus tours, presentations and resource fairs
San Jacinto College hosting financial workshop
The April 9 workshop will include two sessions
San Jacinto College, UT Tyler partnership called a win-win for engineering students
The return on investment for an engineering degree is very good
Foundation to host ‘Building a Brighter Future’ gala
Mark your calendars for Friday, May 16 at 6:30 p.m.
San Jacinto College part of national grant to train more in supply chain management
San Jacinto College is playing a key role in the development of curriculum that would serve as a national model for supply chain management programs.